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Spring Forward – Fall Back March 8, 2020

Posted by judylobo in Zoo.
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 It is that time of year when we spring forward our clocks and next October 31, we fall back. Here are a few tidbits about the history of Daylight Savings Time. My dear friend Mary, who was raised in Arizona, hates when we change the clocks. Only Arizona and Hawaii stick with one time all year round. Did you know both China and India have only one time zone? I don’t have an opinion about changing the clocks – I just love clocks. I have more clocks in my house than I need but I like looking at them. And by the way – I am never late. Here’s a fun article about them and the man who changes some of the clocks in NYC. FYI – there are only five spaces left in our fun before zoo hours photo session at the Central Park Zoo on April 26th – Tempus fugit!


1. joel dowshen - March 8, 2020

Ahh…uh oh…tick, tock…TICK TOCK….


2. Mary Radice - March 8, 2020

Time for a joke: What dog can tell the time? A watch dog! Nice clock pics too! 🙂


judylobo - March 8, 2020

Hahaha – good one Mary.


3. Judy - March 8, 2020

Great shots! Thank you.


judylobo - March 8, 2020

Thanks Jude


4. Noemi Medina - March 9, 2020

Thanks Judy. Great Pics. We all would be lost in the sauce without the clocks…..Giggle.. giggle…:)


5. Carole Klein - March 9, 2020

Clocks! A universal utensil that is packaged in so many fascinating ways.


6. carolmorrison@verizon.net - March 9, 2020

Hi Judy, I heard you took some good pictures of Asha and her squirrel this morning. If you are ab


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